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BACKGROUND: Previous research suggests that the quantity and quality of interactions between caregivers and care recipients have an impact on health outcomes of ill per sons. Building on the work of Bowlby (1988) and Wright, Hickey, Buckwalter, and Clipp (1995), spousal interactions are...
BACKGROUND: The focus of research on families of the severely and persistently mentally ill is on unidirectional caregivingfromfamily members to the ill individual (consumer). It seldom addresses whether the consumer also gives something to the family. Thus the concept of reciprocity was...
Advanced practice psychiatric nurses (APPNs) are expanding their roles to include pre scriptive authority. This expanded role provides new opportunities to define APPNs as autonomous mental health providers who can offer comprehensive services that inte grate psychotherapies and...
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